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THE AEGUS. WED E?DAY. NOVEMBEK 9, 1892.
Regular Monthly Meeting" of
the Board of Education.
IMPORTANT SESSION LAST NIGHT.
ImiOfintjJReMlatlonJ Adopted to
Mrhool Attendance Action Taken to
Trarhttra The ThankagtTina; Vacation
Inanranre on Krhool BHdlnn-.BIH Al-
Tbe board of education met in regular
monthly (ration laat evening, all mra
btral-eiog preaent. Tbe committeee on
teacbera and text books recommended
that Miaa Emu a Churchill be assigned
totbe Second grade at Building No. 6 up
on tbe opening of, tbtt building. The
TecttnmeLdation wii approred. Tbe
committte recom mended tbe ordering of
a full tei of mape, alao s map of Rock
Ialand county, which was approved.
Tbe la pertaining to tbe age of child
ren enteirng school was Interpreted so as
to admit during the first two weeks in
8eptemberalliho will be 6 tearsbf
age btfore tbe flrstjday of January fol-
: lowiof, and during the laat half of Jatu
ty all will be admitted who will be six
yeara of age before tbe close of tne
arhcol year, and at no other times than
Itrte nil j i; pile be tdmittcd to Firs
.gride schools except where previous
training has fitted tbem for classes al
Schoo's were ordered closed from
Wednesday afternoon, Not. 231, until
the fo lowirg Monday morning.
Tbe corumi'tee on insurance reported
tbe fo'lowing additional policies on No.
6: $2,0(H iu Westchester Insurance Co ,
A. D : . uesine, aeent; $2 IKK) in Nurth
Ameiics Insurance Co.; $ 2,50 in Spring
field IoMirsnce Co . of the agency of
Hurst & D onaldson.
John C 'poi.'r was appointed j mitor f
sujurinU Client's ( flice at $3 per m
Tin f' liowlcg bills wero U sv-fl:
R. I A run 9. $'9; Clem-trm & v.!z
m.iiD. .!2.2j; H F.Cor'leSK.Pra sE'
uctifrhl Co:. 54 cf-nti-; Silver. I'.urJ.-U &
Co ,60;. iVHufsion 3B; Hum & Don
aldpon. 150; Siinuel Xelson. (rr James
W Smi:l ) 10; Ilnuie nod Jt nrie N'-l-on ,
f6;Rsrp, Hniarcnfis & L-wi, .?5.2l;
Georg Sutcliffe. 2:4 10;Jhn Fol !,
(2i) .Wys' labm) 30' C.urad Smtlu !9.
John C'"vr. 4 50, Htnrv Dart's S -dh,
t2 70; G M. Lor.slpy, 2 91; Mi C-.re
Brrn., 5 80; .1 W. Stewart, $d 35;
Willinm Don, $7 90; R I. Lumber cum
pany, 3; R. I. U6 company, $1 50; R.
Crampton & Co $ 67; Baker & Hous
man, ?6 40: J. Rn.ifr & Son, $3: Dirc
ock. Gould & C 80 00; B H. I) de
& Co. 1175 11; 8. S Kemble, $i 35;
J-hns & Btrtelhen. tlU 21; A. C Mc
Clurg & Co. 910 tMl; Davis & Co. 6 90;
John Wultiearn. $92.75; O. A. Birnhurt,
3 75; W. A Olmsted. $36.00; Hnz &
Bbbrwn. f3 25;G o. 8. Crampton. 1 25;
J A.Bis! op, 10.69,I.ouis Hau8sen,?2 70;
Hudson & Parker 109 19
The Hoclelr Completed with Flection
Ofllrera l.att KvenlnK-
The organlz 'ioi tf Tn -City Dental
society waa completed a, a mceiini ht
Masonic Tetnplc in Davenport last even
ing with the election of tbe f lowing
Pfcsiilont Dr C. R. Baker, Djvtn
port. Vne Prehident Dr. L W. Skidmorc.
Sth tarv Dr. R M.
Trasiir-r Dr A, H
Ex-, utive Bo ird Dr J. B Morgan
Davenport; Dr H. G. Pape Davenjrl.
Dr. W. G. Stkidmore Mo ine.
An iutenslir.e paper on "Deiital
Practice Forty Years Agr" was rea t by
Dr. E. T. Riuby of Daverpirt.
Tbe quaint New England comedy Oid
Jed Prouty" is to be presented at the
Burtia at Davenport tomorrow night.
Htverly's Chicago minstrels play a
retara engagement at Harper's theatre
net Monday st ght
Bev. sylvaana Lama
Of the Cincinnati M. E. conference,
makea a good point when be says: "We
have for years used Hood's Saraaparilla
la our family of five, and find it fully
equal to all that is claimed for it. Some
people are greatly prejudiced againat
patent medicines, but how the patent can
hurt a medicine and not a machine is a
mystery of mys'eriea to me."
Hood's Pilla cure liver ills.
an Fare to Iteeatur Illinola and pteturn'
o account of the ITiris State Chris
tion Eudnavr Tjni in, N v 17 20 '91.
will be made by tbe Rock Island &
Pe .ria Railway Rate for round trip
$3 Good rrnner'iors via this route
leaw R ck Islat d 8:0r- a m . 2;20 j. m
Afnve, D cutur 2.45 p m.. 10:15 p m ,
respectively Depot foot of 2(Kh street.
Ruck liUnd. III.
Why weary ) our throat and pa'icnee
with that wreched coufirliwben a bottle
of Dr Bull' Cough Syrup will cure you
Tke omlj Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used ia Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
The Home Forum meets at Odd Fel
lows' Hall tonight at 7:30.
If you want something extra fine for
decora'iog your home?, pirlors or c'nb
rooms on any occasion, remember Ktll
& Math have it.
Miss Carrie Goldsmith has gone to
Mississippi and tbe south where she will
rpend the winter.
O. W. Hawthorne who conducted a
hotel at asblogton. D. C. is in the tity
on a visit to bis parents.
8pecial meeting of Pocahontas Coun
cil No. 5 this evening. Businsss of im
portance. All members requested to be
Bright festooning at 5c a yard at Eiell
& Math's. Everybody could and ahoi'd
decorate at tbe prices we are selling dec
orations, at Krell & Math's.
Call at Blake & Burke's plumbing es
tablishment and see tbe "gas economiter"
on exhibition everv evening. It reduces
gas bills from 20 to 40 per cent.
Tbe a ue of BUck Hawk for the
adornment of Spencer f quare arrived this
morning, but Commissioner Jackson is
atill on the lookout for tbe pedestal.
By the nse of tbe Quincy Gas Econo-
m''cr you can obtain a steadier li?bt
and cause a saving of from 20 to 40
per cent in your gas bills. Call on
Blake & Burke and see for yourself.
Have an Economizer placed on your
gas meter, and thus save from 20 to 40
per cent on your gas bills. OnexhiM
lion at Blake & Burke'a every evening
Send your orders for game. fisb. lob
sters. clambs, shell and canned oyateri
to Harry Smythe s, 1819 Second avenue.
Telephone 1017.. Orders for wild Mr.
keys taken for Thanksgiving.
Pursuant to the terms of an elect on
wager 3. Schwecke will wheel Conduc
tor Busoneli from tie Rock Ialand depo
to Spencer f q ure and back in a wheel
birrow, tomorrow afternoon.
By virtue of a rw mt4e a tew cavs sen
James Johnston is vljwn for a little ex- r
eiae on next Sunday afternoon. He
agret-d to whtel John Ainsworlb f?e
times around Court House so 'it re in a
wiieel barrow, if Cleveland was tl'c:)
i bc latter having atrrred to iht the sa at
wi'.b Mr Johnston m case Uarrieon .s
THE DREADFUL RABIES.
A liicaf;o Man V ho Wa Kitten by a 1 et
Cm ago, Nov. 9. Henry Schroeder, e u
ployed in the wwer department, died y.-s-teiViiiy
morning of hydrophobia, tbe resi.lt
of IjfiiiK bitten by hia tH-t bulldog over a
month uo From the timi he was bitt mi
until last Sunday Schroeder made no com
plaint and ktpt at work. Monday moin
ing hydrophnliia symptoms developed a id
yesterday morning Schroeder dil frothing
at the mouth and clawing viciously.
V111 Treat Her a la rastenr.
A yount; dautrliter of Schroeder, who was
bitten by the brute on the same day, was
yesterday morninc taken to the Ru-ih
Medical college for Pasteur treatmeiit.
ThedoR was killed shortly after havi ig
bitten Schroeder and his daughter because
of the outcry raised by the neighbors for
the safety of 'heir children.
NEW ORLEANS IN DARKNESS.
Major Seems Vneqnal to the Situ
New Orleans, Nov. 8. New Orleans
was thrown into absolute darkness Inst
night, the electric workers declining to
work, out of sympathy with their fellcw
(strikers, and the Ixmisiana company,
which does the street lighting, bad no
force yesterday to trim its lights. Repir
seiitatives of the company wrote to tlie
inayor suggesting that the police trim t ie
lights, but no action was taken in the mi
ter. The prnvidents of the electric lig it
companies had a long conference with t te
I governor on the situation. Governor Fi s
! ter sent for Mayor FUpatrick, whoseena
J nnttiual to the situatiou. In the course of
the interview the mayor said the situation
' was very gra.e indeed. Another iutervk vV
was had last nigliU
Knocked Into the Water anil Drowned.
Elizabkth, N. J., Nov. 9. While thr
unknown men were fishing on Bay bridge
on the Jersey Central railroad, at Eliza
betbport yesterday they were struck by a
train and knocked into the water, two of
them being drowned. From paj ers on t ie
body of one of tlietn he is supposed to hare
been from Jersey City.
shot Down for Want of Water.
Wn.KESBARRE, Pa., Nov. 9. A wat?r
famine threatens this city. One of the big
reservoirs which supplies the place has J
ready run dry. The Ashley Car shops, em
ploying 500 men. were compelled to close
down Monday for want of water to fei'd
100 Reward 8100
Th e readers of this paper will l.e
pleased to learn that there is at least or e
drebded disease that science his been
able to curd in all its slages, and that is
catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tbe only
positive cure known totbe medical fra
ternity. Cstarrh being a constitulionul
diecase, require- a constitutional treat
ment. IlaM's Catarrh Cure is taken ir
lernal'iy, actinc directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tbe system
thereby destroying the foundation of Ue
riUease. nr.d rrvinc; the patient strength
by building tip the constitution and as
sistinsr nature in doing its work. Tie
proprietors have go much faith in its cur
ative powers, that they flfer Ooe Hut
rired Dollars for sn case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. '
irfold by Dru gists, 75c.
The Atlas Iron works at San Francisco
have been burned. The loss is 170,000.
John McLuckie, one of the Homestead
strike leaders, has resigned his office of
burgess of the town and taken up his resi
dence in Yonngstown, O.
The steamship Belfast from Colombo,
has just reached New York after a terrible
experience. The vesssel was so delayed by
stcrms that her coal gave out, and for the
last four days of the voyage the fires were
kept p-oing "from wood stripped from the
decko, topmasts, etc
Mrs. Parnell has claimed the protection
of the English bankruptcy court. This
puts another hitch in the Irish Paris fund.
It has been announced that the Carnegie
Steel company's mills at Beaver Falls, Pa,
will be started next Tuesday.
Small-pox epidemic has broken out in
Seattle and Tacoma, Wash. Three caes
have been reported. A rigid quarantine
has been established.
Anthony Dougherty, who had worked on
the Chicago Athletic association, building
bnt qnit because tbe contractor would
not raise his wages, has been arrested on
charge of setting fire to the building.
Typhoid fever is raging in the vicinity of
Greenfield, Ills., west of Hilbiboro, several
deaths having already taken place and a
number of 1 ad eases being reported. The
entire family of M. H. Waltrip has been
stricken with the malAdy.
Obituary: At Detriot.Alonso N. Shelby,
aged 83; at I-Ansing, Vich., Theophilus
Abbott, LL. D., ex-president of the Stats
Agricultural college, aged 66: at Cleveland,
John L. Taylor; at Lewiston, 111.. Nathan
Beadles, aged 81; at Frankfort, Germany,
Desoff, the famous opera conductor.
W. J. Gill, another Toledo, O.. alderman,
has been found guilty of soliciting bribes.
During a Democratic meeting at Niles,
Mich., a citizen was killed by four negroes.
Captain Andrews, the American who
sailed from Atlantic City, N. J.. forlluelva
in a dory, has arrived at Ixindon.
Guisseppe Ancr.la. an Italian non-unionist,
was attaeked at Homestead, Pa., short
ly after dark and heriten in a most brutal
manner by two mc-n. presumably strikers.
Fire at Beverly, Mass.. damaged W'ond
nr ooG.cn r-nov t.n torv ivm
Burtis Opera House,
n A VtTMPfV
THURSDAY, Nov- 10.
I ierg-n"y w m-ieni 'hi a trarfon .vs or.e
of the ?lrorii--r on The ro:l.
t Has. T. KINDT, Ma-agerBiirtif.
MR. RICHARD GOLDEN
No advance in prices Seats at Thm iV drug
s:ore, or telephone No. 30.
door everv ernm ne for lV4c per week.
XIH REN f Famished rooms at. 1408 Second
tyaNTKn. . Rirl for general honfework 808
" Second avenue.
FOR RENT A honse at 27i
avenne; inquire ne xt door.
Eidhlh and a half
V17ANTED- At Dieper.roth Wienier's barber
t-hop. a (foot harher; apjly at once.
li Tenth street.
r h i? ALE pootl two chiir barler shop, cen-
lly located, cnll at thU office.
fOLNi' A dreyhoiind ; owner can have Fame
hy calllnc at iuS Third
a enne, ami paying
IOST, A small ace hawl a few day ago.
i Finder please ret irn to this office and re
ceive iea d.
IVANTEil TWENTY-FIVE CilKl.-, ON
f' swe-t potatoes, steady work for three
weeks. Warm ro m and d ywork. Milf.n Can
Tiirg and Prefcnr ni; Oo., Milan, til,
WASTED Earnest, Intelligent-lady t estab
lish a iroo.1 paying busintrss; one having had
enp' rience in a sick r om pre 'erred; call at suite
3, McCailough b!oc&. D'iven:Krt, Iowa.
AGENTS making ?5 to ?10 per day selling the
fclcrtrical W nder housi ho! 1 want. 509 Brady
street, Pavenport, Iowa, second floor, room 9, 2 to
9 p.m. Gci eral agent wanted.
AGENTS WANT"!) Wit WANT FiRST
class traveling le-rnen to handle onr lnhri
nrati Boils and grease as a sine line. Columbia
Oil ag dt-reast- Co.. Cleveland. O.
DO MOT be Humbugged
Some dealers, in order to draw trade, resort to all sorts of adver
tising dodges in order to deceive the public; you will find it a decided
saving to buy your spoons of spoon dealers-your photographs' of pho
tographers and your Shoes at the . !::
Dealers who pretend to be giving away a 25c Spoon and then charge a dollar more, for a pair of
Shoes, are not the style of people you want to trade with. Do not allow yourself to be humbug
ged, you will find our price so much lower without spoons and photographs and our, goods so far
superior that you will be able to buy three or four spoons with the saving on every pair of shoes
bought of us. We sell our shoes upon their merit no snide advertising dodges required to at
tract custom. By all means buy your, shoes at the
ngp A guaranteed saving of 25c to $1.50 on every pair besides
u- " our shoes are warranted to give satisfaction.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all nigtit with soft coal;
will not eta or im ke; heavy steel bod;
large afb i an Call and examine this
wordetful s'ove sold by
New styles ol
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
..Li,.. h$ m mi j.'?
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor,
always on I-an a the finest brands of dorrrstic
and impor'd citars. All brands of tobacco.
The .core of all ;he ball games will be received
L. GLOCSHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avennc.
Whoever made the assortment
of Ladies' wrappers just
placed on onr counters got
mighty little for their labor.
Their loss, however, is yonr
gain; you are spared the la
bor of makiDg.
Lot 1 A. good assortment of
dark shaded, well made,
2 Little better material,
rTry our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephouH orders promptly filled. Telephone N.. 11I3. 17(J) Third Ave.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN" IT WITS
TBF. FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on th road. Parties desirous of
having them stop at their residences, will please notify the
same at our piemises.
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
g3f"Good Rooms by day or nighi.
UXD2RIIILL & GL1SS, Proprietors.
J. T. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Some better ones, too. You
can't afford to sew, sew,
sew. when made up gar
ments are so cheap.
More of those 'Ladies' Night
But two garments
to any one
8ome late arrivals in blankets
are going at low pneep; see
the grey blankets at